The International House of Japan
5-11-16 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032
The International House of Japan (I-House), a non-profit organization founded in 1952, promotes international cultural exchanges and intellectual interaction. Conveniently located near many embassies and the mixed-use complex of Roppongi Hills, I-House is at the heart of the city, yet in a quiet compound. A number of function venues are available on nearly 11,000 sq. meters of land. All banquet rooms adjoin a large historic 19th-century garden, enabling guests to mingle both inside and outdoors during receptions and cocktail parties. An auditorium and seven additional meeting rooms complete the varied choices for gatherings and conferences. Since I-House is a members-only institution, an introduction is required.
Rooms & Facilities
|Room ( )*||Floor||Dimensions (m)||sq. m||sq. ft.||Ceiling ht. (m)||Theater||Classroom||Hollow Square||Banquet||Reception|
|Kabayama Room & Room 2, 3 & 4||B1||7.2 x 28.7||247||2,659||2.9||180||120||90||110||150|
|Iwasaki Koyata Memorial Hall||B1||16 x 12.2||195||2,099||4.5||180||120||60||100||150|
|Room 2, 3 or 4||B1||7.2 x 5.4||51||549||2.9||40||24||24||20||30|
|Lecture Hall||2||12.7 x 11.3||145||1,561||3~4.3||120||80||50|
|Seminar 403, 404 (2)||4||73||786||42||34|
* ( ) refers to possible room divisions using partitions. Internet connection available in all meeting rooms.